Door County typically harvests anywhere between 8-15 million pounds of cherries each year.Got it!
Door County is among the top cherry-producing regions in the country and has more than 2,000 acres of cherry orchards.Got it!
Cherries are harvested mid-July to mid-August, and several area farms and orchards will let you pick your own cherries.Got it!
The first successful cherry orchards in Door County were planted in 1862 and yielded three acres' worth of tart Montmorency cherries.Got it!
Door County’s cool spring weather, unique soil composition, and geographic location and features make it ideal for growing cherries as well apples, grapes, and lavender.Got it!
Wind in the Cherry Trees
A gentle breeze fills a quiet cherry orchard as you pluck fresh fruit from the trees.
Door County is packed with local farmers growing some of the freshest and loveliest fruit you can find in Wisconsin, including vegetables, flowers, and other growables.